French duet Propergol y Colargol comes back after 6 years of silence with No Particular Destination. They use & mix, sometimes in the same piece, post-rock, noisy pop, ambiant and electronica in this album which, as its name indicates, takes all possible directions. The choices of sounds and melodies show a desire to take the listener into wide open-spaces... Smooth, Monochromatic... Like in a cocoon protecting from the outside. Each tune, drone or effect reflects work which is both impulsive and carefully thought out. In this new album the group has invited several artists to sing and these are people the band share common musical concerns with. For example, Lloyd James from Naevus (dark folk), Judith Juillerat (electronica), Susan Bauszat from Tropes (ambiant), Jean Smith from Mecca Normal on Ode To Jean. Their friends have also joined in, like Yann Cariou who collaborated to several pieces (synthes and click’n’cuts for Orgone/Corrodor and Ode To Jean), Gaël Choblet who played the trumpet on Spearminthead, Rotule who played the drums and guitar for Ton vrai visage accompanied by the trio Daughters of Albion from Brest for the vocals, Chapi Chapo (toy piano for Fée Volante), Nadège Renard (singing on Kelpe_Overcover, a re-interpretation of a piece by Kelpe which was included in his album Ex-Aquarium), Mélanie Valera from Moscow Olympics for Akurium, David Jestin for A Priori Paisible with his pal Jean-Marc Le Goff playing the guitar for Kelpe_Overcover and Julien Retaillaud (ex-Carmine, a french mythical band) for Delta du vide.